Microsoft has posted a new video detailing its collaboration with electropop duo Broods on their latest music video for their song Hearthlines. The video's creative team used data captured by the Microsoft Band 2 during filming to create visuals layered throughout the finished video.
During singer Georgia Nott's performance, the team translated her biodata and energy into stunning geometric visuals. A first-of-its-kind collaboration, fans will get to experience the Microsoft Band powered visuals in real-time as Broods take the technology on the road for their headlining U.S. tour this August.
You can watch the finished product below.
You can get Heartlines as a part of Conscious, Broods' most recent album, which is available now for purchase from Microsoft.
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